Kristy Palachios is now pursuing her dream of working as a psychologist after earning her bachelor's degree in psychology at CCU.
The Psychology degree program at Colorado Christian University provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the foundational theories of human nature, explored from a Christian worldview, and challenges students to integrate faith and the study of human behavior in a scholarly environment that fosters critical thinking and creative thinking.
Graduates are equipped for entry-level positions in business, education, the mental-health field, ministry, governmental agencies, and other areas where a psychology background is either required or enhances the individual's qualifications for employment.
Classes are typically completed in 5-week blocks.
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Focus areas in the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Psychology degree include: social, abnormal, and environmental psychology; interpersonal relationships; research methodology; and integration of psychology and theology.
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